How To Use LUTs in OBS | Easily Color Grade Camera & Footage
Tired of struggling with color grading footage and camera sources in OBS? Want to easily color match any scene source with the rest of your scene? You're going to want to watch this!
In this tutorial I show you how to use Look Up Table Filters or LUTs to easily color grade your camera or footage sources. Using these techniques you'll be able to easily color grade your footage and camera sources to make elements easily match one another and blend together in a scene, as well as creatively modify sources to create entirely new looks from content you already have.
Additionally, you'll learn how to use Source Groups to modify existing footage without changing it in other Scenes, and adding entire Scenes as a source to make creating NEW scenes a breeze!
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Intro 🎶 Snake Bones - Flex Coast 🎶
Outro 🎶 Snake Bones - Get Rolled 🎶